The movie that started the twist ending craze.
He’s back. Again.
Well what have we here? One of my early childhood favorites Teen Wolf is coming to Blu-ray and I, BHunt, get to review it?
You can re-watch the light cycle sequence over and over and over again, staring at the light trails with your eyes glassy and your jaw hanging open.
The Academy Award winning film gets the Blu-ray treatment.
Not a bad audio commentary with the directors, if you’re into that sort of thing.
Feel all of the hits, both emotionally and physically, with the Blu-ray Raging Bull 30th Anniversary Edition.
Guaranteed to keep you busy until the cows come home.
The Expendables put together a Blu-ray + DVD combo pack jam packed with special features that offer more than enough insight into the action and on-set camaraderie.
I can't believe it's been over 25 years since the first Back to the Future came out. To commemorate the anniversary, Universal is releasing the entire trilogy on Blu-ray, and I got to take the discs for an early run.
I'm not going to write a synopsis of the films because, well, it's Back to the Future. I can't imagine you being on Screen Junkies and not having seen these movies a million times. So you know my stance going into the Blu-ray review, I will say that I dearly love Back to the Future, but find the sequels a bit lacking. Still really fun movies, but they aren't on the same level as the original.
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Different movies have different looks, and different types of movies transferred in high definition look different on Blu Ray. That’s made it interesting to review Blu Rays, and there is…
Disney started their Blu Ray venture with classic animation titles like Sleeping Beauty, which they restored to amazing color and detail. You could see the original brushstrokes and texture of the cels. Now they’re hitting their ‘90s era rebirth with the Oscar nominee Beauty and the Beast.
I’ve been concerned that some of the Dreamworks movies released on Blu-ray through Paramount have been underdeveloped examples of the format. Sure, the Spielberg movies were filmed with an intentionally grainy style, but that may only work when projected on film. It seems they have HD-worthy titles in their catalog though, as American Beauty shows off the format, and a decade-old film in new clarity and detail. If only the ‘90s viewers could see their suburban despair in this high quality.